Project SEARCH Collaborates for Autism - Open House (Rescheduled, Date TBD)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The Open House and Information Session originally scheduled for Tuesday, December 4th will be moved to a later date in January 2013.
The new date and time for the Open House and Information Session will be posted soon. Please feel free to contact the organizer with any questions.
What is Project SEARCH Collaborates for Autism?
Our High School Transition Program is a one-year internship program for students with ASD whose goal is to gain skills to secure competitive employment in their local community after graduation. It is targeted for students in their last year of high school. The program takes place at NewYork-Presbyterian in White Plains, NY. Our interns are totally immersed in the workplace in order to facilitate the teaching and learning process and so that they may acquire valuable employability skills and marketable job skills. Interns participate in three internship rotations to explore a variety of career paths. The interns are part of a team that includes their family, a special education teacher from SWBOCES, and a job coach from ARC of Westchester who work together to set employment goals and to support the intern during this important transition from school to work
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
For more information,
call: Jerry Philip, Program Development, New York Collaborates for Autism at 914.361.9129
or email: email@example.com
NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital Westchester Division, Bard House
21 Bloomingdale Rd
New York Collaborates for Autism and The Waverly Group
New York Collaborates for Autism
New York Collaborates for Autism (NYCA) is a non-profit organization founded in 2003 dedicated to creating innovative replicable programs that address the needs of individuals and families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) right now. NYCA accelerates change in the way autism services are provided by identifying national leaders to help shape state-of-the-art programs, partnering with leading community-based organizations, providing technical expertise, assisting in early stage management and raising seed money for these initiatives. NYCA develops comprehensive, evidence-based community services and resources that are nationally recognized. NYCA is responsible for the creation of the NYCA Charter School, Hunter College Autism Research, Practice and Policy Center, BOOST! after school programs, Project SEARCH Collaborates for Autism and the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain, a collaboration with NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital and its affiliated medical schools of Columbia and Weill Cornell. NYCA sees the possibilities for people with ASD and creates the path to achieve them. www.nyc4a.org
The Waverly Group
At Waverly, we are dedicated to having an intimate relationship with every family where you will have the benefit of our collaboration with one another and with you. So, we intentionally keep our practice small. Our goal is to develop a road map for your child and build bridges along the way so that family, school, and practitioners are all working together to generate practical solutions for your child. www.waverly-group.com.